The Gresham-Fairview Trail winds through urban wetlands and neighborhoods from Powell Boulevard and the Springwater Trail to Halsey Street.
When fully complete, the 5.2 mile long Gresham-Fairview Trail will serve as a major north/south connector for cyclists and pedestrians between two regionally significant and heavily used trails: the Springwater Corridor and the 40-Mile Loop (along Marine Drive on the Columbia River).
Three miles of trails traverse Graham Oaks, allowing visitors to explore several habitats in one park.
The 87-acre Gabriel Park has two small creeks and offers paved and soft-surface trails meandering through open and wooded areas.
An abundance of wildlife can be found in Forest Park — the largest urban park in the country. Forest Park's extensive system of trails, fire lanes and roads provide excellent opportunities for hiking, walking, running, and simply escaping the urban atmosphere.
Fernhill Wetlands is part of 748 acres in Forest Grove owned by Clean Water Services and managed in partnership with the City of Forest Grove and Fernhill Wetlands Council. Fernhill Wetlands is a world-renown destination for birders who come to see rare migratory birds.
The partially complete Fanno Creek Greenway Trail corridor weaves gracefully through five cities and two counties providing a multi-use trail for walkers, runners, bicyclists and trail enthusiasts of all ages.
This 2.4-mile roundtrip, ultra-urban trail follows paved paths, sidewalks, and gravel segments through a diverse terrain, including some steep climbs and switchbacks, as it connects Leverich Park and Burnt Bridge Creek Trail with the Ellen Davis Trailhead at Saint James Road.
The route is well known by neighborhood trekkers but can be tricky for others. The trail traverses a variety of environments, meandering along Burnt Bridge Creek through gardens, meadows, woods, and forest. It is a multi-use trail open to hikers and cyclists.